Note: Don't whiff on this special FanDuel offer. Win your first contest or get your money back (up to $10) to keep playing. Try FanDuel now!

There's no way to sugarcoat this. It's just an awful week for two-start pitchers.

This is not just a lament about who's out there on waivers. Even the highly-owned two-start options could give their owners something to be nervous about. If you're unhappy about how many homers Max Scherzer has been allowing this season, then you can't be pleased that he will be facing the potent Cubs' lineup in his first start in Fantasy Week 11 (June 13-19). In facing the Orioles and Mariners, David Price has to contend with two of the best power-hitting lineups against lefties in the American League. Chris Tillman gets the Red Sox and Blue Jays, two of the most powerful offenses against righties in the AL.

So if you don't like your rotation's matchups heading into this week, you're probably not alone. The selection of two-start pitchers on waivers isn't especially enticing, but it's not utterly barren either. Jerad Eickhoff has been on a good run (2.76 ERA in his last five starts), and he is still available in 39 percent of the leagues on Martin Perez has notched quality starts in six of his last seven tries, and this week, he faces the Athletics and Cardinals, neither of whom has hit lefties all that well. Coming off back-to-back good starts, Brandon Finnegan (at ATL, at HOU) might be worth a try.

One pitcher not included in these rankings is Matt Cain, but he is one of my top two-start targets this week. For now, Albert Suarez is slated to start on Monday against the Brewers, but Cain (hamstring) may be ready to come off the disabled list to reclaim his spot in the rotation for that start. That would also line Cain up to pitch against the Rays, giving him the opportunity to oppose two of the top three teams in strikeout rate against righties. Cain had pitched well prior to going on the DL, so he could be primed for a big week.

Note: Pitchers with an asterisk (*) are relief-eligible in Head-to-Head leagues.

1 Jacob deGrom, NYM vs. PIT vs, ATL
2 Max Scherzer, WAS vs. CHC at SD
3 Zack Greinke, ARI vs. LAD at PHI
4 David Price, BOS vs. BAL vs. SEA
5 Kenta Maeda, LAD at ARI vs. MIL
6 Carlos Carrasco, CLE at KC vs. CHW
7 Chris Tillman, BAL at BOS vs. TOR
8 Kyle Hendricks, CHC at WAS vs. PIT
9 Yu Darvish, TEX at OAK at STL
10 Julio Teheran, ATL vs. CIN at NYM
11 Jake Odorizzi, TB vs. SEA vs. SF
12 Gio Gonzalez, WAS vs. CHC at SD
13 Drew Pomeranz, SD* vs. MIA vs. WAS
14 Jordan Zimmermann, DET at CHW at KC
15 Taijuan Walker, SEA at TB at BOS
16 Wei-Yin Chen, MIA at SD vs. COL
17 Jerad Eickhoff, PHI at TOR vs. ARI
18 Martin Perez, TEX at OAK at STL
19 Marcus Stroman, TOR vs. PHI at BAL
20 Sean Manaea, OAK vs. TEX vs. LAA
21 Edinson Volquez, KC vs. CLE vs. DET
22 Jimmy Nelson, MIL at SF at LAD
23 Brandon Finnegan, CIN* at ATL at HOU
24 Ervin Santana, MIN at LAA vs. NYY
25 Chase Anderson, MIL at SF at LAD
26 James Shields, CHW vs. DET at CLE
27 Nathan Eovaldi, NYY at COL at MIN
28 R.A. Dickey, TOR vs. PHI at BAL
29 Mike Bolsinger, LAD at ARI vs. MIL
30 Jered Weaver, LAA vs. MIN at OAK
31 Juan Nicasio, PIT* at NYM at CHC
32 Ricky Nolasco, MIN at LAA vs. NYY
33 Yordano Ventura, KC vs. CLE vs. DET
34 Colin Rea, SD vs. MIA vs. WAS
35 Matt Boyd, DET at CHW at KC
36 Albert Suarez, SF vs. MIL at TB
37 Alfredo Simon, CIN at ATL at HOU